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teams to the home of justin bieber and ashton kutcher. >> it could be boredom, loneliness, out of desire to be noticed, if not by the immediate family, or not be noticed and get away with it. >> reporter: dr. crespo is a longtime psychologist. >> it would be difficult to conceive that there would be an understanding of all the consequences. >> reporter: the boy that allegedly created this chaos, whose name police haven't released, apparently hacked into the system, sending a message via a teletype machine. sources tell us the boy lived in southern california but not l.a. county. tmz is reporting the child lived in an apartment with his mother, is home schooled, and that they've been visited frequently by child services. >>> well, video of an eagle snatching a baby had a lot of people all over the internet pretty freaked out. >> is it real or is it fake? well, it's fake. we learned today that students at a production school in canada made the video for a 3d animation class. plus, bird experts say there's no way an eagle can lift a child. it's pretty realistic, though. >>> getting cold out
"fervents of love", his great loneliness without her. "wishing myself," he says, "in my sweetheart's arms, whose pretty dukkys i trust shortly to kiss," "dukkys" being a term in henry's day for... well, use your imagination. what is that doing in the vatican library? >> collins: we don't know how they ended up here in the vatican. it may be that some spy, maybe one of my priestly predecessors, may have stolen these letters and brought them to rome to present in the case if a trial was made for henry's request for a divorce. >> safer: but the church refused to let henry divorce catherine of aragon so he could marry anne. he married her anyway, broke with rome, and took control of the church of england. the country was largely converted to the protestant faith. >> celenza: this is one of the moments in the 16th century that leads to the fracturing of christianity, and to much of the bloodshed and the wars that, especially, the later 16th century was known for. >> safer: as man explored the planet, a scientific revolution was also underway. by the mid-17th century, navigators had mapped much
a creature as fierce as it was tragic. its intense loneliness matched only by the fear it inspired far and wide. you see, the minotaur had a voracious appetite which can only be satiated with/. the king, who secured peace, the one who enabled trade to crisscross the seas with bountiful ships -- alas, the beast's appetite could only be satiated by human flesh. every now and then by ship loaded with young slaves was bound to greece to deliver its human tribute to be devoured by the minotaur. i grew some ritual that was essential for preserving the peace and producing trade and prosperity. many years later a global minotaur rose up from the ashes of the first postwar face. it is there -- a form of labyrinth was greeted deep in the american economy. it of the form of the united states trade deficit which consumes the world's exports. the more the deficit grew, the greater its appetite for europe and asia as capital, and what made it truly global with its expansion. it took financial capital and kept the cleaning german factories busy. it gobbled up everything produced in japan and later in
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